A motorist who was three times over the drink-drive limit was 'lucky to escape' with minor injuries after their car overturned in a Derbyshire town.
Emergency services were called to reports of a crash on Mellor Road, New Mills, at around 9.25pm on Friday.
A Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "This incident involved one vehicle overturned.
"One person was freed by firefighters who also made the vehicle safe.
"East Midlands Ambulance Service and Derbyshire police were also in attendance."
In a tweet, Derbyshire Armed Response Unit said: "The driver was lucky to escape with help from the fire service with minor injuries.
"Being three times over the drink-drive limit probably contributed to the crash."
No further information has been released by the emergency services.